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Business Manager Bill Witt 



Behold, I come quickly: bold 
that fast which thou hast, that no 
man take thy crown. Rev. 3:11. 
William U. Squires Library 
9*ti 11th St. NE 
Cleveland, TN 37311 




DEDICATION 

Because he was pious and gentle in spirit, because he was sincerely devoted to God's work, be- 
cause he was deeply spiritual and full of the knowledge of God's Word, because he was a great 
leader of the Church of God as General Overseer, and because he never failed to trust in the al- 
mighty God, we, the faculty and students of Lee College, sincerely dedicate this 1952 VINDAGUA 
in loving memory of Rev. F. J. Lee. 



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In the morning sow thy seed and in 

the evening withhold not thine hand. 

Ecclesiastes 11:6 



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ADMINISTRATION 



ADMINISTRATION BUILDING 




ALUMNI BUILDING 



WALKER HALL 




COLLEGE ARMS APARTMENTS 



ELLIS HALL 





DINING, SIMMONS AND THARP HALLS 



HOME 

OF 

PRESIDENT 




AUDITORIUM 





JOHN C. JERNIGAN 

President 




E. M. TAPLEY 

Dean and Vice-President 




Rufus Piatt, Assistant Dean 






Lacy D. Powell, Registrar 






J. D. Free, Comptroller 




CLARONE HUGHES 



MRS. E. C. CLARK 



R. T. ALLEN 
B. A. 



LOIS BEACH 
B. S., M. S. 



BEATRICE BETROS 
B. S. 



BEATRICE COLEY 
B. S. 




RUFUS GAUSE 
B. A.,B. D. 



EUGENE HORTON 
B. A. 



ROBERT HUMBERTSON 
B. A. 



MYRTLE HURST EDITH MOONEY BEATRICE ODOM ELMER ODOM 

A. A. B. S., M.A. B. A. B. A. 




DR. ANNA SEBRING 

Ph.B., M. A. 

Docteur'es-lettres 



DORCAS SHARP 
B.A. 



META SHERMAN 
B.M., M.M. 



CARROLL SHERMAN 
.A., B. S., M. S. 



FRANKLIN SMITH 
B. S. 



HELEN SYMES 




CLARENCE CARROLL 



JAMES MOSLEY 





REV. L. H. AULTMAN 
State Overseer of Texas 



REV. JAMES A. CROSS 
State Overseer of Pennsylvania 



Lee College 




Board of Directors 



REV. H. D. WILLIAMS, Chairman 
State Overseer of Alabama 





REV. C. J. HINDMON 

State Overseer of Oklahoma 



REV. J. L. BYRD 

State Overseer of South Carolina 



READING ROOM 




Mrs. Davis, Librarian 



Library Staff 

MARTHA BALL, JO ANN HUMBERTSON, CLEONE McLAIN 




CANTEEN and BOOK STORE 





CANTEEN 
WORKERS 



JOAN BLACKWOOD 
RACHEAL BEARD 
LOUIS BEARD 
LILA JEAN HOTTMAN 
ROSALYN WHITE 
OTTIS ADAMS 
VIRGINIA WHITTINGTON 
JOE HAFER 



Management of 
Snack Shop and Book Store 

Mr. and Mrs. George Douglas 




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Waitresses 



Kitchen Crew 





Maintenance Crew 



Whatever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might; 
For there is no work, nor device, nor knowledge, nor 
wisdom, in the grave, whither thy goest 
Ecclesiastes 9:10 



CLASSES 




JUNIOR COLLEGE SENIORS 



President Ray Tate 

Vice-President . . Edward Gilbert 



Sec.-Treas. . . Charlene Childers 
Sponsor Rufus Piatt 



OTTIS ADAMS JAMES ALLEN TOMMY ANDERSON 

Newport, North Carolina Greenwood, South Carolina Welch, West Virginia 

F.T.A. Club, Vice-President Athletic Club 

College Choir Softball 

Basketball 
Usher 




MARTHA BALL 

Hogansville, Georgia 



JOSEPH BARRINEAU 

Cleveland, Tennessee 



EVELYN BEAVER 

Kannapolis, North Carolina 

VINDAGUA Staff 
CLARION Staff 
Dramatics Club, 

Secretary-Treasurer 
Journalism Club, 

Vice-President 
Athletic Club 
Basketball, Captain 
Softball, Captain 
Volleyball 



ALENE BEAVER 
Kannapolis, North Carolina 

VINDAGUA Staff 

CLARION Staff 

Junior College Honor Society 

Journalism Club, Secretary 

Student Council 

Basketball, Captain 

Softball 

Soccer 

Volleyball 





H. L. CHESSER 

Cleveland, Tennessee 

Freshman Class, Treasurer 

VINDAGUA Staff 

Music Club 

College Choir 

Mixed Chorus 

Athletic Club 

Softball 

Volleyball 

Basketball 

Usher 



CHARLENE CHILDERS 

Sha icnee, Oklahoma 



ORVILLE CHILDERS 

Shawnee, Oklahoma 

Senior Class, Vice-President 
Junior College Honor Society 



THOMAS CHOPLIN, JR. 

Durham, North Carolina 



ANA COLLAZO 
New York, New York 

Student Body President 
Student Body Secretary 
VINDAGUA Staff 
CLARION Staff 
Mission Club, Secretary 
Athletic Club 



LLOYD COLLINS 



GEORGE DOUGLAS 



JOHN EATON 

Island, Kentucky 
Mission Club 




Youth for Christ Club 
Mission Club 
Basketball 
Volleyball 
Softball 



DEWEY GARRETT, 

Siluria, Alabama 
Youth for Christ Club 

EDWARD GILBERT 

West Virginia 



JAMES GUYNN 
Cleveland, Tennessee 



JOSEPH HAFER 

Unionto ivn , Pennsylvania 

Mission Club 
Softball 
Basketball 
Volleyball 



LaVOY HATHCOCK 

Cleveland, Tennessee 

VINDAGUA STAFF 
CLARION Staff 
College Choir 
Athletic Club 
Basketball 
Softball 
Volleyball 



EDWARD HODGE 

West Virginia 







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PAUL HODO 
Dora, Alabama 

VINDAGUA Staff 
Athletic Club 
Volleyball 
Basketball 
Mixed Chorus 



MYRTLE HURST 

Cleveland, Tennessee 



JOEL IRVIN 



LaVOY JOHNSON 
Mayo, Florida 

Student Council, President 

Mission Club, Chaplain 

Athletic Club 

Basketball 

Volleyball 

Softball 



WYLIE JOHNSON 
Rock Hill, South Carolina 

Athletic Club 
German Club 
Nature Lovers Club 



GENE KEENER 
Clayton, Georgia 

Music Club, Treasurer 
VINDAGUA Staff 
Athletic Club 



JOHN KINGTON 



WILLIAM LAWTON 




BETTY JOYCE McLAIN 

Cleveland, Tennessee 
VINDAGUA Staff 



THOMAS MANSFIELD 

Dayton, Tennessee 
Mission Club 



JONEIL MERCER 

Kavmapolis, North Carolina 

German Club 
Athletic Club 
Youth for Christ Club 



H. L. MIDKIFF 

Logan, West Virginia 

Student Body, President 
Student Council, President 
Athletic Club 
VINDAGUA Staff 



ARTHUR MILLER 
Landis, North Carolina 

Student Council, 

Vice-President 
Nature Lovers Club, 

Vice-President 



MARGIE MIXON 
Covington, Louisiana 

Youth for Christ Club 
Student Council 
Mission Club 
CLARION Staff 



MABEL MULLINS 

Chesapeake, West Virginia 




R. L. NEWMAN 
Dayton, Tennessee 

Athletic Club 
Basketball 
Softball 
Volleyball 
Mixed Chorus 



TED NOSS 
Pasadena, California 

Student Council 
Supreme Council 
Ministerial Club 
Mission Club 
Music Club 



WALTER O'NEAL 



EVELYN PASSMAN 

Cleveland, Te?messee 



JACK POPE 



HAROLD PYLE 



GERALD RIDGEWAY 

Birmingham, Alabama 



CHARLES SCHIMPFF 

Cleveland, Tennessee 

F.T.A. Club, President 
Student Council, 
Vice-President 
German Club 




Mission Club 



JEAN SULEIMAN 

Jerusalem, Palestine 



JANE SYMES 
Cleveland, Tennessee 



RAY TATE 

Charlotte, North Carolina 
Senior Class, President 



JOSHUA THOMAS 
Cleveland, Tennessee 

Freshman Class, President 

Athletic Club 

German and French Club 

Softball 

Volleyball 



WANDA JUNE THOMAS 
Akron, Ohio 



BOBBIE J. THRELKELD 

Manila, Arkansas 



RICHARD TIBBITS 
Michigan 




ROSALYN WHITE 



VIRGINIA WHITTINGTON 




HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS 



OFFICERS 
President .... Eugene Stepp Secretary . 

Vice-President . . John Petrucelli Treasurer . 

Nina Driggers, Sponsor 



Jeanette Chesser 
. Grace Walker 



ALICE E. BEITLER 

Pennsylvania 



BETTY J. BLACKWOOD 

Alabama 
Athletic Club 
Basketball, Softball 
VINDAGUA Staff 

Most Athletic 



THELMA JEAN BOWLING 

Ohio 
Athletic Club 
Basketball 



CAROLYN BILBO 

Mississippi 




ETHEL DOREEN HIDALGO 

Hawaii 

Mission Club 

Softball 

Basketball 



LILA JEAN HOTTMAN 
South Dakota 
Athletic Club 



DEWEY JOHNSON 



JAMES FRED MAJORS 




NEWTON N. HOLDER 



EARL HOBEET HUNGATE 

West Virginia 



HELEN VIRGINIA LYONS 
Ohio 



PRESTON ALLEN MANN 
North Carolina 



JEANETTE CHESSER 

Cleveland, Tennessee 

VINDAGUA Editor 
CLARION Staff 
Who's Who of 1952 
Beta Club 

Vice-President, '52 

Secretary, '51 
Athletic Club 
Dramatics Club 
Most Popular, '51, '52 
Basketball 
Softball, Captain 
Volleyball 

Senior Class Secretary 
Sophomore C" 

Secretary, '50 
Journalism Club 

IVAN DOUGLAS 

Cleveland, Tennessee 
Athletic Club 

JUNE GLADFELTER 
Canton, Ohio 

CLAUDINE GUNTER 
Canton, Ohio 

Beta Club 

Athletic Club 

Basketball 

Softball 

Volleyball 




GEORGE CHAPMAN 
Rome, Georgia 



HERBERT CORLEY 

Alexandria, Louisiana 



JO ANN ELLIOTT 
Denver, Colorado 



GARLAND GROOMS 

Shelby, North Carolina 



BENJAMIN F. NORRIS 

Ohio 

Student Council 
Mission Club 
Softball 

ROBERT EUGENE STEPP 

Tennessee 

Class President 
Volleyball 
Softball 
Athletic Club 



GRACE AGATHA WALKER 

Tennessee 

Girl of Year 
Who's Who 
Basketball 
Softball 

VINDAGUA Staff 
Class Treasurer 



EMOGENE WILLIAMS 
Louisiana 



Basketball 
Athletic Club 
Softball 
Student Council 




BETTY JOYCE NEWMAN 
Tennessee 

CLARION Staff 
Student Council 
Athletic Club 



JOHN PETRUCELLI 

North Carolina 



Boy of Year 

VINDAGUA Staff 

Who's Who 

Class Vice-President 

Basketball 



JANICE RUTH TURNER 

Kentucky 
Athletic Club 



WILLIAM EARL WEBB 
Oregon 




JYLES JENNINGS 
President 



LAVERN HOLT 

Vice-President 



FRANCES EVANS 
Secretary-Treasurer 



ELMER ODOM 

Spojisor 



RELIGIOUS EDUCATION SENIORS 



KENNETH ARNOLD 

Davis, West Virginia 

Athletic Club, President 
Ministerial Club 
Youth for Christ 
Basketball 




ANDREW BLACKERBY 



JOHN ROBERT NELSON 
Tennessee 



JOHN VERES 



DAVID WILLIAMS 

Durham, North Carolina 

Student Council 
Student Council, President 
Student Body, Vice-President 
Youth for Christ 



WILLIARD CATLETT 

North Carolina 



WILLIE COLLIER 

Lakeland, Florida 



LAVERN HOLT 

McCrory, Arkansas 

Senior Class, Vice-President 
Youth for Christ 
Softball 



JYLES JENNINGS 
Cleveland, Tennessee 

Senior Class, President 
Student Body, Vice-President 
Student Council 
Youth for Christ Club 





JUNIOR COLLEGE FRESHMEN 



President Louis Beard Secretary Rae Taylor 

Vice-President .... William Witt Treasurer Rhoda Rundell 

Sponsors Rufus Gause, Beatrice Coley 




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WEBSTER BAKER 
ROBERT BALL 
CHARLES BATES 
LOUIS BEARD 

WARREN BEAVERS 







JOE BOSTARDI 
LOUISE BRADBURN 
HAZEL BRADLEY 
THELMA BRADLEY 
RUSSELL BRINSON 



URLINE BURT 
JACKSON CALDWELL 
HOWARD CAMP 
CHARLES CARPENTER 
GEORGE CARVER 





WILLIAM BROUGHTON 
CECIL BRYAN 
NORRIS BRYAN 
GRETA BURRIS 
FLAVIS BURROUGHS 




JOYCE CASTO 
FLORENCE CHAFIN 
BARBARA CHAMBLEY 
CHESLIE COLLINS 
GLORIA COMBS 



JAMES COTTER 
SYBLE COUCH 
RAY COX 
JOAN CROUCH 
DANIEL CUPP 




G. HOLLINGSWORTH 
ROBERT HOLLIS 



BENJAMIN HOLMES 
LOUISE HUBBARD 




CARLTON MORTON 
JOY NEWSOME 
NORMAN PAHL 
PRENTICE PARKER 
DONALD PEMBERTON 



FRANK RICKS 
OTTIS RIVES 
W. A. ROBERTSON 
VERNON ROOP 
RHODA RUNDELL 




WILLIAM WITT 
ARCHIE WOODSON 



CLAUDINE WRIGHT 




HIGH SCHOOL JUNIORS 

Sponsor Mrs. Mooney Vice-President . . . Marilyn Shepherd 

President Stanley Smith Secretary Earlene Lindsey 



NOAH WINSTON BALL 



BOBBIE LYNN BEAUBE 



MARY P. CALLUS 




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CORENNA M. COOPER 



PANSY DAY 



GLEN G. DOUGLAS 



MYRTLE DOVER 
ORVIN HANKS 
DANIEL HUFF 
PATRICIA HAYS 
SHIRLEY JONES 




HUE 



WARREN LEWALLEN 
GLADYS LINDSEY 
BETTY McKAY 
JOSEPH MITCHEL 
BARBARA MORGAN 




RETHA REDDING 
CLETA SHAW 
MARILYN SHEPHERD 
STANLEY SMITH 
JOHN SYMES 







Manual Arts Class at Work 




RELIGIOUS EDUCATION JUNIORS 



Lindsey Croft 
George Wilson 



. . President 
Vice-President 



Dorothy White . . Secretary -Treasurer 
Avis Swiger Sponsor 



WILLIAM ALHFIELD 
ELMER BERNHEISEL 
CARL BRADBURN 
JESSE BRUCE 
ELBERT BURNS 



CLARENCE BURRIS 
VAUGHN CARROLL 
LEE ROY COBB 
OLLEN COLEMAN 




CHARLES CRAWFORD 
LINDSEY CROFT 
FRANCES EVANS 
J. B. FAULKNER 
GEORGE FOWLER 





HIGH SCHOOL SOPHOMORES 



. Evelyn Brock 



. Franklin Smith 

Secretary Elveen Tucker 



BERNICE ALLEN 



CHARLES BLEDSOE 
MAVIS BRANNON 




EVELYN BROCK 
CHRISTINE BUNTS 
ELIZABETH BURGETT 
RAYMOND CLINE 
DORIS DODSON 



ROSE DOUGLAS 
SARAH GREEN 
BETTY HARVE 
CORRINE HOTTMAN 
JIMMY KATSINAS 






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M. SAAYMAN 
HAROLD STANSKY 



BOBBIE J. STOUT 
ELVEEN TUCKER 



HOWARD WILERSON 




JULIA ANN RAMSEY 
BETTY ANN RUARK 



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Mr. Rick's Bible Class 




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HIGH SCHOOL FRESHMEN 



Sponsor Mr. Horton 

President .... Patricia Merrison 
Secretary Mary Krulac 



TOMMY HERNDON 
ELMER HICKS 
DELORES JONES 
MORLTN KINNAMON 
MARY KRULAC 



GLYNN BYRD 





ROSE BALL 
(Sophomore) 



JESSE ATXIN3 






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PATRICIA MORRISON 
KENNETH PRATER 
EPHRAIM REQUENA 
JAMES SCHILLING 
DAVID SYVERSON 




RELIGIOUS EDUCATION FRESHMEN 



President Arlis Roberts Secretary-Treasurer . Juanita Gardner 

Vice-President .... James Layne Sponsors . . E. M. Tapley, Lacy Powell 



HUGH CHASE 
ROY COLLINS 
ERNEST ELLIOT 
MARY COTTER 




EVELYN HUGHETT 
RALEIGH JENKINS 
JAMES KELLEY 
JAMES KELSO 
JAMES LAYNE 



EDWIN HOWARD 




WILLIAM LUCAS 
JAMES McCULLOUGH 
DONALD McKINNEY 
JAMES McNEESE 
MARIE MAYRANT 



EDDIE MUNN 
HENRY MURPHY 
ODELL MURRAY 
HERSTON MYRICK 
HENRY OSBORNE 




LUZ SOTO 

YVONNE STEPHENSON 
CHARLES TATE 
EZRA WALDROP 
THOMAS WRIGHT 






MODERN HISTORY by Mrs. Mooney 



ASTRONOMY by Mr. Sherman 



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PHYSICAL EDUCATION by Mr. Horton 




GAUSEOLOGY by Mr. Gause 



PSYCHOLOGY by Mr. Powell 






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THE CHURCH OF GOD GENERAL OFFICES 
Montgomery Avenue Phone 2096 Cleveland, Tennessee 



OFFICES OF . . . 

General Overseer H. L. Chesser 

Margarette Catha, Secretary 

Assistant General Overseer Zeno C. Tharp 

Ruth Joplin, Secretary 

General Secretary and Treasurer H. R. Morehead 

Polly Sanders, Secretary 

General Mission Secretary J. H. Walker 

Ruth Kinsolving, Secretary 

National Youth Director Lewis J. Willis 

June Taylor, Secretary 

Bookkeeper Beulah Mae Murphree 

Assistant Bookkeepers : Viana Daniel, Nina Mary Blocker, Arvetta Lee, 
E. J. Boehmer 

Translator for Mission Department Alice Pullin 



horn it is. due, 
nen it is in the power of Thine hand to do it. 
Proverbs 3:27 




FEATURES 




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MR. LEE COLLEGE 



Johnny Petrucelli 



WHO'S WHO 1952 



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MISS LEE COLLEGE 



Grace Walker 



WHO'S WHO 1952 



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DAVID WILLIAMS 
Apex, North Carolina 
Religious Education 





FRANCES EVANS 

San Francisco, California 

Religious Education 



HENRY MURPHY 

West Blocton, Alabama 
Religious Education 








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JOAN CROUCH 

North City, Illinois 

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CHARLENE CHILDERS 

Shawnee, Oklahoma 

College 




ARTHUR MILLER 

Linden, North Carolina 

College 



JEANETTE CHESSER 

Cleveland, Tennessee 

High School 




BEST LOOKING 



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MARY ACHEY 



PAUL HODO 




MOST POPULAR 





JEANETTE CHESSER 



H. L. CHESSER 






MOST 


INTELLIGENT 




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ARTHUR MILLER 



CHARLENE CHILDERS 




MOST ATHLETIC 





KENNETH ARNOLD 



GRACE WALKER 




MOST TALENTED 





BETTY McLAIN 



MAX MORRIS 




MOST VERSATILE 





ANNIE OOLLAZO 



W. A. ROBERTSON 




WITTIEST 




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ALENE BEAVERS 



FLAVIUS BURROUGHS 




/ will therefore that men pray everywhere, lifting 
up holy hands, without wrath and doubting. 
I Timothy 2:8 




FINE ARTS 




COLLEGE CHOIR 




MRS. C. C. SHERMAN 



MASTER'S QUARTET 

JOE MITCHELL 

REX HUDSON 

JACKIE SPERLING 

DAVE LANIER 

GEORGE CARVER, Pianist 





NORMA SUE McLAIN 




W. H. YATES 
Music Director 



BARBARA CHAMBLEY 



GEORGE CARVER 





MIXED CHORUS 





LEE-AIRES TRIO 






J. W. WELCH 






PAT ADAMS 




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JOHNNY PETRUCELLI 






RAY MORGAN 






MAC SYMES 






ARTHUR MILLER, Pianist 








MARANTHA TRIO 
BOB BLAKE 
RUSSELL DELATOUR 
PLYMOUTH DORSEY 
GEORGE CARVER, Pianist 



AMBASSADOR 
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Flavis Burroughs 
R. L. Newman 
Paul Hodo 
Max Morris, Pianist 



MAX MORRIS 
Soloist and Accompanist 



ARTHUR MILLER 
Soloist and Accompanist 




JOAN CROUCH 
Chapel Pianist 



RAY MORGAN 
Soloist 




"Remember now thy Creator 
in the days of thy youth, while 
the evil days come not, nor the 
years draw nigh, when thou shalt 
say, I have no pleasure in them," 
Ecclesiastes 12:1. 





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VISITORS FROM N.A.E 



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H. L. CHESSER 
BILL DOBBIN 
TOMMY ANDERSON 
WARREN LEWALLEN 
FRANK RICKS 



THE ENEMY 



Paula and Carl 




Make-up Department 



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Kgent shall bear rule: 
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Proverbs 12:24 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




President 
H. L. MIDKIFF 



Vice-President 
JYLES JENNINGS 



Secretary 
ANA COLLAZO 



STUDENT BODY OFFICERS 




STUDENT COUNCIL 




MISSION CLUB— Sponsor, Avis Swiger 



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The Mission Club is one of the school's oldest organizations. The main purpose of 
this club is to stimulate an interest in foreign missions at Lee College. Almost every week- 
end you may find a group of mission students ministering in neighboring cities. 




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ATHLETIC CLUB — Sponsors, Gene Horton, Beatrice Coley 





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GRACE WALKER 



This organization is composed of students who take part in our 
sports activities such as basketball, Softball, ping-pong, tennis, 
soccer and others. The club has presented several programs and has 
been active all year. The objectives are promoting ideals of co- 
operation and sportsmanship. 





This club is outstanding in good projects. One can always find 
a Youth for Christ Club member spreading good cheer. The mem- 
bers distributed Christmas baskets to needy families. During the 
second semester, the club had charge of the nursery; thus they 
helped the student parents by caring for the children through 
class hours. 






YOUTH FOR CHRIST CLUB— Sponsor, Myrtle Fleming 




COMMERCIAL CLUB— Sponsor, Beatrice Betros 




BETA CLUB 

Sponsor, Myrtle Fleming 



President 
STANLEY SMITH 



Vice-President 
JEANETTE CHESSER 



Secretary 
GRACE WALKER 






FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA— Sponsor, Edith Mooney 

President . . . Charles Schimpff 

Vice-President . . . Otis Adams 

Secretary . . . Virginia Whittington 





MUSIC CLUB— Sponsor, Andrew Yates 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB— Sponsor, Bea Yates 




President 
DELILAH INCHES 



Vice-President 
MARILYN SHEPHARD 



Secretary 
HAZEL JEFFERIES 



President Mrs. Adkins 

Vice-President Mrs. David Williams 

Secretary Mrs. Norris Bryan 

Treasurer Mrs. H. L. Midkiff 

GENERAL HOME MAKING CLUB 






Editor Jeanette Chesser 

Feature Grace Walker 

Sports ....... H. L. Midkiff 

Joan Blackwood 
Fine Arts . V .... Urline Burt 

Warren Lewallen 
Social ....... Ana Collazc 

Administration . . . John Petrucelli 
Alene Beaver 

Organizations Gene Keener 

Jane Symes 

Class H. L. Chesser 

Frank Ricks, Joyce Sharp 

Business Managers .... Bill Witt 

Jack Pope 

Secretary Cecil Edge 

Photographer .... Luchan Bailey 





BILL WITT 




FACULTY SPONSORS 



ROBERT HUMBERTSON 




H. MIDKIFF JOAN BLACKWOOD W. LEWALLEN URLINE BURT JACK POPE 




CECIL EDGE GENE KEENER JANE SYMES LUCHAN BAILEY 



THE CLARION IS A MONTHLY PUBLICATION BY LEE COLLEGE STUDENTS 



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MARGIE MIXON 
DORCAS SHARP 



Editor Margie Mixon 

Associate Editor Louise Siders 

Business, Manager Bill Dobben 

News Lynear Heaton 

Feature Urline Burt 

Society Joyce Sharp 

Warren Lewallen 

Alumni Betty Newman 

Chief Copy Editor Cecil Edge 

Artist for Annual and Clarion 

Betty McLain 

Reporters Bobbie Beaube, 

Pansy Day, Pat Hoehn, Conrad Huff, 
Hollice Johnson, Shirley Jones, Ed Mal- 
loy, Earlene Lindsey, Rhoda Rundell, and 
Claudine Wright. 




Blessed is the man that doeth this . . . 
and keepeth his hand from doing any evil. 
Isaiah 56:2 




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Dean Tapley 




Reviewing Political Doctrine 



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Cleaning or exercising^ 




Future Faculty. 



Be ye strong, therefore, and not let your hands 
be weak for your works shall be rewarded. . 
II Chronicles 15:7 




SPORTS 



COLLEGE 




BETTY HUGHES 
Captain— Softball 



From left to right — Alene Beaver, Betty Hindmon, Betty Hughes, Jo Hughes, 
Doots Beaver, Marjorie Henry, Jean Suleiman, Hazel Bradley, and Revonda Gardin. 




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SOFTBALL TEAM 



SENIORS 



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BASKETBALL 



UNDERCLASSMEN 




COLLEGE SENIORS 




BASKETBALL 
Newman — Captain 




Return this one! 




SOFTBALL . . . Anderson— Capta 



HIGH SCHOOL 




COLLEGE FRESHMEN 

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SOFTBALL . . . Captain "Prentice" 



"Where is Referee?" 





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Captain — "Ken" 



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KITCHENETTES— Captain— "La Vern" 



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to work with your own hands . . . 



BUSINESS 





ROBERT HUMBERTSON 
Vice-President 



BRADY DENNIS 
President 








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HOUSTON R. MOREHEAD 
Executive Secretary 



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CECIL BRIDGES 
Executive Committee 



JEWELL WOOD 
Recording Secretary 



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GEORGE AYERS 
Executive Committee 



The Lee College Alumni Association was organized for "the promotion of fellow- 
ship among its members, for the fostering of a greater school spirit among its graduates, 
for the creation of interest in prospective students, and for the promotion of the general 
progress of the school." The Association is a young, yet growing organization. 

It extends to many parts of the globe. Alumni members serve as foreign mission- 
aries, pastors, evangelists, and active laymen, as well as school administrative officers, 
teachers, prominent businessmen, and secretaries. 

Each year the Alumni Association has its annual get-together for a home-coming. 
This is a joyous meeting. 



Compliments of 




Church of God Publishing House 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 





PAUL H. WALKER 
State Overseer 



OHIO STUDENTS 



D. C RENNER 

lA/noledaie Ljroceried 

Fruits, Vegetables, and Sundries 

190 Edwards Street, N. E. 

Phones 1626 and 700 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



It is a genuine pleasure to serve your col- 
lege. Our association has been most pleasant. 



DOMESTIC 
LAUNDRY 

Phone 245 
CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 




Compliments to our Lee College from the International Preparatory Institute, a 
Church of God missionary-ministerial center for Anglo and Latin Americans. All classes 
are taught in both languages by spiritual, yet academically recognized, English and 
Spanish teachers. 

Motto: "Magna est Veritas, ef prevalebit" — Truth is mighty, and it will prevail. 



VEST'S GROCERY & DAIRY PRODUCTS 



rf For the Best Try Vest" 



If It's Best, It's Vest Homogenized Milk 



Phone 819 — Gaut Street 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 




EARL P. PAULK 
State Overseer 



E. C. THOMAS 
State Youth Director 




CLUB OFFICERS 




KENTUCKY STUDENTS 



PARKS-BELK COMPANY 



Cleveland's Largest Department Store 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



SNACK HOUSE NO. 2 



"The Student's Favorite" 



PHONE 1633-W 



MERCHANTS BANK 



Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



"Always Ready to Serve You" 



STERCHI'S 



FOR HOME FURNISHINGS 



Our Compliments to 



Lee College and to the VINDAGUA Staff 



LaROYE STUDIO 



We are proud to have contributed our little part in the publication of the 1952 
VINDAGUA and hope that you get as much pleasure out of looking at the pic- 
tures therein as we did in making them. 

MR. AND MRS. A. T. HUMPHRIES, Proprietors 



''Personality Portraits" 



43 North Ocoee 



Phone 2120 



FLORIDA STUDENTS 





T. W. GODWIN 
State Overseer 





GEORGE BRAZELL 
State Youth Director 



VIRGINIA STUDENTS 



J. R. CATE 

Varsity Town Clothes 
PHONE 11 



CENTRAL 

Cleveland's Leading Drug Store 

"Where Everyone Meets" 

WALGREEN AGENCY 



Compliments of 

WHITE MOTOR COMPANY 

De SOTO — PLYMOUTH 
Sales and Service 



PHONE 1314 



CLEVELAND AUTO COMPANY 

CHRYSLER — PLYMOUTH 
PHONE 1340 



MOORE FURNITURE COMPANY, 

Inc. 

"Where you feather your nest with a little down" 

160 Church, N. E. Phone 1376 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 





Compliments of 



Cleveland Electric System 




ALABAMA STUDENTS 




TENNESSEE STUDENTS 





TENNESSEE CLUB OFFICERS 



A. V. BEAUBE 
State Overseer 



J. NEWBY THOMPSON 
State Youth Director 



FOWLER & GOLDEN 
FOOD MARKET 

Groceries, Fresh Meats, and Vegetables 



Three blocks behind Main Auditorium 
Corner Peoples and 13th Streets, N. E. 

Phone 868-J 
CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



We Welcome LEE COLLEGE to Visit . . . 

CLEVELAND 
Lincoln — Mercury Ox 

SALES LINCOLN-MERCURY SERVICE 

OIL — PARTS — ACCESSORIES — LUBRICATION 

1st Street, N. W. — Phone 12 57 




H. B. RAMSEY 
State Overseer 



CALIFORNIA STUDENTS 





WEST VIRGINIA STUDENTS 



ELLIS PHARMACY 

"Where You Are Always Welcome" 



On the Square 
CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



MILLER'S 

J. D. HARSHBARGER, Manager 



Dry Goods — Notions — Shoes — Clothing 
Ready -to-W 'ear — Furnishings 



CLEVELAND 
Bank & Trust Company 

SAVINGS, LOANS AND TRUSTS 

Member of 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



ON THE SQUARE 

Phone 103 3 



Cleveland National Bank 



Established 1866 



FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 



MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 



CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 




SOUTH CAROLINA STUDENTS 



BRADY DENNIS 
State Youth Director 






MISSISSIPPI STUDENTS 





REV. G. C. HAMBY 
State Overseer 



Compliments of 

B SUPER MARKETS 



Cleveland's Leading Food Stores 



PENNEY'S 

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY, Inc. 

We Are Proud of You 
Make Penney's Your Headquarters 

J. C. PENNEY COMPANY 
Cleveland, Tennessee 




Parsonage phone 896-W a^fl^S ^d& I CHURCH OF GOD HOUR 

Church phone 896- J " k- ^ Clll^J . M WBAC 

Sundays 9:00 a. m. 

[I 

/ forth L^ievelana K^nurcn of Ljoci 

33 5 11th Street, N. E. 
CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 

SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:40 a.m. 

MORNING WORSHIP 11:00 a.m. 

EVANGELISTIC SERVICES 7:30 p.m. 

PRAYER SERVICE, Wednesday 7:30 p.m. 

YP.E., Friday 7:30 p.m. 

J. Frank Spivey, Pastor 





ALICE BEITLER 




ELEANOR FELTY 

PENNSYLVANIA STUDENTS 



THE SPOT 

Hot Dogs — Hamburgers — Malted Milk 
OCOEE STREET 



McDARIS BROTHERS 

CLOTHIERS 

"You Can Trust the Quality" 

Telephone 77 
CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



Compliments of 

McLAIN AND SON 

"Funeral Directors Since 1897" 



Compliments of 

SAMPLES FOOD STORE 



523 First Street, N. W. 
Phone 72 



A FRIEND 



NEBRASKA . . . 




La VERN BARKER 

Youth Director 



W. R. COLLINS 

State Overseer 

STUDENTS: 

Bill Purifoy 
Morlin Kinnamon 



TOBY'S 
FOOD STORE 



Specializing in — 

QUALITY MEATS 
FRESH FRUITS 
VEGETABLES 
GROCERIES 



Call 897 



1 5 Central Avenue, N. W. 



ABEL HARDWARE 
COMPANY 



Furniture and Hardware 



5 5 First Street, N. W. — Telephone 1171 
CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



KILE MOTOR CO. 
Inc 



OLDSMOBILE and CADILLAC 



SALES — SERVICE 



South Lee Highway — Phone 1843 
CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



On the Cherokee Trail . 

CHEROKEE 
HOTEL 

Cleveland's Social and Civic Center 

JULIUS S. McCARROLL 
Manager 

+ + 

Phone 781 



BRADLEY MOTOR 
COMPANY 

Chevrolet Sales and Service 
+ + 

260 Inman Street 

Phone 2020 

CLEVELAND, TENNESSEE 



L. L. HUGHES, State Overseer 



O. C. McCANE, State Youth Director 




ARKANSAS STUDENTS 




GEORGIA STUDENTS 





E. L. SIMMONS 
State Overseer 



EARL P. PAULK, Jr. 
State Youth Director 




M. P. CROSS 
State Overseer 




MICHIGAN STUDENTS 




THE END 



We, the VINDAGUA STAFF of 1951-52 are proud to have 
contributed our part in the publication of the 19 5 2 VINDAGUA 
and hope that you get as much pleasure out of looking through it 
as we did in making it. 



Our lives are albums written through with good 

or ill, with false or true. 
And as the blessed angels turn the pages of our 

years; 
God grant they read the good with smiles and 

blot the ill with tears. 



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ma i II later 

In the heart of clear of Cleveland 
Reared against the sky; 

Proudly stands our Aim a Mater 
As the years go by. 

Praise to thee, our Alma Mater 

Molder of mankind. 
Greater glory, love unending 

Be forever thine! 

Balmy breezes gently wafted; 

Through inspiring halls; 
Mem'ries leaflets, closely twining, 

Shall fore'er recall 

Yesterdays that waken in our 

Hearts a tender glow. 
Making greater still the love 

That ive have learned to know. 



AUTOGRAPHS 



Let the words of my mouth, 

And the meditation of my heart 

Be acceptable in Thy sight, 

O Lord, my strength and my redeemer. 

Psalm 19:4. 




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